The Xiaomi Mi Mix is the single most interesting smartphone we've seen in a while, no doubt about that. Sure, the iPhone 8 may be rumored to be all display next year, but we can have that now in the Mi Mix, sort of. It does have a chin, and it will only be available in China for the time being, but those are details.
A more conventional offering, the Mi Note 2 from Xiaomi is official as well - itself a proper flagship, even with a dual-curved display like a certain Note7 we sadly won't be seeing much of.
Xiaomi's high-profile announcements aside, this week also saw the birth of another BlackBerry, the beautifully named DTEK60. And that about covers all the new phones.
Plenty of rumors though, including the ongoing stream on the Huawei Mate 9. The Chinese company itself is teasing the upcoming phablet every now and then, but we won't know the full scoop until November 3.
Samsung is still investigating the Note7's flaws, meanwhile offering incentive to those who stay on-board with the company by opting for an S7 or S7 edge. Rumors put an optical fingerprint sensor inside the Galaxy S8, which will feature a slick design and an improved camera - that last anyone can tell you.
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91.3% screen-to-body ratio and Snapdragon 821 make this a truly impressive phone.
The cutting-edge handset also comes with 6GB of RAM and a 23MP camera.
No, it's not 91.3%, but that doesn't temper our love for the impressive phone.
How exactly Huawei's achieved the zoom feat is yet unclear.
It appears the flagship phablet won't be delayed after all.
The phone is rumored to sport a Leica-branded dual-camera setup, featuring 4X optical zoom.
That's more than the Samsung Galaxy S7 as well as the Apple iPhone 7.
John Legere says he's got news tomorrow about the Google Pixel on T-Mobile, what could it possibly be?
In a tweet this past weekend, the Indian subsidiary of the company revealed that the devices will be released in the country starting October 25.
A peek inside the secret sauce that makes the Taptic engine.
The handset is based on Alcatel's IDOL 4S shell, but with a few notable software and hardware improvements.
Under the program, those trading in their Note7 unit for either a Galaxy S7 or S7 edge will be able to upgrade to a Galaxy S8 or Note 8 next year.
The Korean giant didn’t go into any detail, but still reassured shareholders that such an incident will not happen again.
There have been reports that even members of the Galaxy S8 development team have now been tasked to find out the root cause of the problem.
The sensor will be beneath the screen and allow for a truly full-screen device.
An enhanced artificial-intelligence service has also been promised.
As expected, Apple finally announced some new MacBooks at its special event today. The MacBook Pro line has received a much needed refresh. The new MacBook Pro laptops still come in 13" and 15" sizes,...
The mid-range offers looks quite promising with its efficient Snapdragon 625 SoC and huge battery.
The device will hopefully become official soon, as it's been in the rumors for months now.
A few months ago, WhatsApp nixed video calling from the Beta version of the App on Android. Users that had the correct version of the WhatsApp beta were able to make calls, until the feature was disab...
The slight upgrade in the camera department and other internals does come at a price hike of around $80.
Aside from the now-classic 4.7" and 5.5" options, the company is said to also launch a 5" iPhone in 2017.
The A-series device could become official in the next few weeks.
Indeed Power of camera depends largely on the lense not sensor and not megapixil. The megapixil is like a gimmicks. A 12 megapixil camera may have clearer pics and videos than a 20 megapixil camera. It is the company and the brand that produces quali...
Even so, what he said is kind of true. Look at this flagship from the company. It is a "flagship". (I mean the Mi Mix.) But they used only OV16880 camera sensor which is gonna act terrible. Instead they could use IMX 398 or IMX 378 like...
I didn't say anything bad about miui and xiaomi phones cameras. In fact I think miui is great and I love that xiaomi supports even 4 year old phones, continuing to update them. While xiaomi phones don't have the best camera software, they're not bad ...